20: 30: 40 (2004)
Three women, three stages in life, one city.
Ali Shan (2009)
The experience of awaiting sunrise on Taiwan's Ali Shan Mountain.
Burning (2018)
Jong-soo, a part-time worker, bumps into Hae-mi while delivering, who used to live in the same neighborhood. Hae-mi asks him to look after her cat while she's on a trip to Africa.
The Cabbie (2000)
When a cabbie falls for a cop, he comes up with a ruse to catch her eye.
Canola (2016)
Many years after a little girl's disappearance, a teenager arrives at her grandmother's home,, claiming to be her, but something doesn't feel right.
Green Fish (1997)
A young man finds himself caught up in a Korean gang.
Guard Post (2008)
A Military Police chief investigates a bloody massacre at a guard post.
Hidden Whisper (2000)
Three Mother/daughter relationships receive eloborate cinematic analysis in a beautiful but overlong drama.
King Boxer (1972)
To win the hand of his beloved, Chi-Hao must enter and triumph in a regional martial arts tournament.
My Heart (2000)
Tragic story sees a woman recall her life.
Oasis (2002)
An ex-con suffering from mental illness falls for a woman with cerebral palsy.
Peter Pan Formula (2005)
The teenage coming-of-age angst of a prospective swimming champion.
Poetry (2010)
A grandmother discovers poetry and begins to reassess the world around her.
R-Point (2004)
Soldiers at war see ghosts in the charnel house.
Secret Sunshine (2007)
Exploration of grief in small-town Korea.
Somi - The Taekwon-do Woman (1997)
Two young survivors of a medieval massacre are trained in martial arts and grow up bent on vengeance.
Tell Me Something (1999)
Multiple murders appear connected to a mysterious girl.
Unborn But Forgotten (2002)
Scary website kills pregnant women in South Korea!
Up The Yangtze (2007)
Documentary about the humanitarian impact of the Three Gorges Dam project.
The Vanished (2018)
A murder investigation becomes even more complicated when the corpse disappears from the morgue.

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